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Construction is now five stories above ground at Lennar Corp.'s Oceanaire development in Long Beach.

Located near the intersection of Ocean Boulevard and Pacific Avenue, the eventual seven-story building will feature 216 studio, one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments, as well as common amenities such as a swimming pool, a fitness center, and a clubhouse.

Togawa Smith Martin is designing the project, which will feature an open deck above its podium with views of the Long Beach shoreline.  Public green space will greet Ocean Boulevard at the property's northern side.

Previous reports have pointed to a completion date in 2020 for the project.

Construction of Oceanaire. Image courtesy of Michael Hayes.
Rendering of Oceanaire. Image via Togawa Smith Martin.
Rendering of Oceanaire. Image via Togawa Smith Martin.
Rendering of Oceanaire. Image via Togawa Smith Martin.

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